AMPS Agronomy Services

What is happening in your crop, fallow paddock or pasture right now?

If you would like to know that status of your crop, it's growth stage, vigour, nutrition, pests, diseases, weed status etc and don't have an Agronomist, call your local AMPS branch to find out how we can help you. We have full time Agronomists available at most of our branches and also support local private Agronomists to ensure you have access to the best advice for your cropping decisions.

Our Agronomy team have experience across the rain fed and irrigated production of cereals, pulses, oilseeds and cotton as well as having input into extensive and intensive animal production systems.

Regular updates with all our chemical and fertiliser suppliers ensures that our product knowledge is current and continuing to grow as we strive to provide the best crop management advice to optimise the result by tailoring advice to you're specific operation and rotation plan.

Involvement in the planning and implementation of AMPS Research trial protocols and first hand involvement in their production and presentation means AMPS growers have first access through our field days and reviews to world quality research outcomes grounded practically and economically to our local production systems.

Caleb Torrance- Moree

Caleb joined AMPS as a trainee agronomist based in Moree in 2016. Growing up in Western Sydney he developed an interest in agriculture during his high school years. His interest in science and the appeal of the country lifestyle led him to complete a bachelor degree in Rural science with honours at UNE. Caleb is enjoying working with the great group of customers AMPS has the privilege of serving and so far, he has loved growing his knowledge of broadacre cropping and cotton agronomy.

Martin Murray- Armatree

Martin attended University of New England where he gained a Bachelor of Production Management, after this he moved down to Carathool to work as the Assistant Cropping Manager on a property. Martin's role as an agronomist at AMPS largely consists of organising the Cotton TSP’s every year; liaising with Monsanto and the farmers to ensure that the cotton season runs smoothly. Martin also works closely with AMPS Research to conduct trials in the Armatree area.

Stephen McAnally-Caroona

Steve attended UNE where he gained a bachelor of Agribusiness majoring in rural science then continued to complete a graduate certificate in cotton production. After uni Steve worked on a property near Moree then went back to the family farm for a year before starting as an agronomist working for a company in the Lachlan & Macquarie areas focusing on irrigated cotton. Steve’s role with AMPS has been to provide up to date information to growers & help research conduct trials.

Tony Lockrey- Moree

Tony is in his 22nd year as a Consulting Agronomist with the last 11 years in the Moree district. Tony's experience spans intensive horticulture and irrigated field crops to broad acre cropping and grazing agronomy in the Wide Bay, Darling Downs and Moree Plains with some remote clients in the Qld Gulf and Northern Territory. Tony serves on the local AMPS Research Committee, NGA Consultative Committee, Australian Sunflower Association and has had 9 years of not for profit Board experience.

AMPS Moree

Manager: Tony Lockrey

70 Industrial Drive
Moree NSW 2400

Ph:  02 6752 9001

AMPS Armatree

Manager: Mark Morris

8 Merrigal Street
Armatree NSW 2831


Ph:  02 6848 5951

AMPS Walgett

Manager: Peter White

109 Wee Waa Street
Walgett NSW 2343

Ph:  02 6828 1025

AMPS Tamworth

Manager: Cliff Bramley

25 Gunnedah Road
Tamworth NSW 2340

Ph:  02 6762 2677

AMPS Waverley

Manager: Dean Whitton

690 Waverley Road
Caroona NSW 2343

Ph:  02 6747 4988